Democracy Now! Monday, July 14, 2003
Producer Democracy Now!Audio/Visual sound, color
CIA Removed Mention of Iraq-Niger Uranium Deal Three Months Before Bushs State of the Union address
London Independent: 20 Lies About the War
Another U.S. Soldier Killed as Rumsfeld Warns More Soldiers May Be Needed
Belgium Rescinds War Crimes Law Under U.S. Pressure
Monsanto Sues Milk Producer For Advertising It Sells Hormone-Free Milk
Unemployment Among African-American Rises
- "It's a Shame that you Have to Walk Down the Street not Knowing What's Going to Happen to Us": The Sakia Gunn Murder
Two months after a 15-year-old African-American lesbian is stabbed to death in Newark, NJ in a vicious hate crime, friends, family members and community leaders take on the mayor of Newark, the Principal of West Side High School, the school board, and the national media.
- Africa Aftermath
As Bush returns from his five-nation tour of Africa we go to Uganda to speak with Hellen Wangusa of African Womens Economic Policy Network and Nigeria to speak with Environmental Rights Actions Oronto Douglas.